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LouisvilleSiding Installation

We are a locally-owned small siding installer located near Louisville. We specialize in modernizing your home, no matter the size or scope of your renovation.

Rated 4.7/5 based on 20 reviews
Located in Lexington, KY
Family Owned and Operated
Siding and Landscaping

Louisville Siding

Boost Your Homes Curb's Appeal

Replacing your siding may increase your homes value and give fresh breath of a life.

Siding Benefits

Increase Your Homes' Value
Modernize Your Home
Extend Your Homes Life

What To Consider When Selecting A Siding Material

There are several types of stunning siding materials available such as vinyl, fiber cement, and wooden shakes. Use our guide below to help you make an informed decision on what will work best for you.

1

Aesthetics

We all want a stunning home. The color, texture, and overall look can spice up your homes curb appeal.

2

Durability

It's an important variable to take into account when buying a new siding as you wouldn't want to buy something expensive that wears down quickly.

3

Water Resistance

Some materials will be naturally water resistant. However, you'd want to use professional installers or pay extra attention to detail when doing yourself. This will help prevent water from seeping in which will decay and rot the structure of the house resulting in a more expensive siding replacement down the line.

4

Energy Efficiency

Siding materials come with an R-value. The R-value measures the energy efficiency of the material; the higher the R-value the more heat the siding retains. This will help you lower your lower your energy bills and save you money in the long-run.

5

Cost

For many, the budget is often the number 1 variable in many home improvements. Choose a siding that fits your needs best.

View Our Remodeling Decision Making Guide Without Breaking Your Bank

Customer Reviews

David Williams

June 30th, 2021
Yelp
My wife and I are very happy with the work SavchukRemodelingPros did for us. Dima was very professional, courteous, punctual, and very neat. He worked with us every step of the way, and had good suggestions and solutions when I had trouble deciding. He was very informative, and I felt I could trust him. We are very happy with his work, and we highly recommend him!

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About Louisville, KY

The city was founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark and named after King Louis XVI of France. It is one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachian Mountain range.

During World War 2, the city was a factory production facility. The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Company was a war plant located at Louisville's airfield. The plant was a wartime aircraft production facilitiy. Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Company produced the C-46 Commando cargo planes among other aircraft. The factory was later sold to International Harvester in 1946. After being sold to a new company, the company transitioned to producing tractors and focused on agricultural equipment.

The county of Louisville and Jefferson sits on a combined area of 397.68 square miles—380.46 square miles of land and 17.23 square miles of water. The city is situated along the border between Kentucky and Indiana. The city is influenced by Southern and Midwestern culture. It is also located in Kentucky's outer Bluegrass region. The city is built on very wide and flat land which is prone to flooding. Many canals and creeks were constructed to reroute the flow of water.

Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky. Businesses located in downtown of Louisville are known for their ingenuity and creativity. The economy of Louisville is primarily based on the shipping and cargo industry. Louisville plays an important role in the global air-freight because of the UPS hub located in the Louisville International Airport. In addition, Louisville is a major manufacturing hub in Kentucky. About one-third of bourbon whiskey in America comes from Louisville alone.

The "Happy Birthday" song was written by Patty and Mildred J. Hill—two Louisville sisters. The memorial park located in Louisville is the largest municipal urban forest within the United States. It covers over 6,000 acres of land.